PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:
2020 African American Multimedia Conference
The Koret Auditorium, a state-of-the-art theater with A/V screening capacity, is confirmed for Friday, February 14 – 1pm to 6pm – Opening Day for the 2020 African American Multimedia Conference!
Iconoclast Productions is pleased to announce the dates for the 2020 African American Multimedia Conference. The 2020 AAMMC, produced by Iconoclast Productions, in conjunction with the African American Center of the San Francisco Main Public Library, the San Francisco BayView Newspaper, Synergy Moon, and ReaderFest, will take place on Friday, February 14, through Monday, February 17, 2020 at the multiple locations.
Opening ceremonies will take place at Koret Auditorium, in the lower level of the San Francisco Main Public Library at 101 Larkin Street in San Francisco. The Awards for African Americans of Outstanding Achievement in Media Arts will take place during opening day at the Koret Auditorium.
Remembering Our Past: A Rememberance of AAMMC Founder Carolyn Ann Saulson and Board Members Iconoclast Productions lost in 2018 and 2019, Bobbie Spider Webb and Sharen Hewitt, will take place, as well as remembering other Board Members such as Pastor JR Richardson, Doris Rowe, Reverend Eugene Lumpkin, Robert Saulson, Harry Silver, Kaye Yak, and others who were an integral part of our history.
The AAMMC Opening Ceremonies and Awards, 1pm to 6pm on Friday, February 14, 2020 are Free, Open to the Public, and All Ages.
A Sneak Preview of Beyond Us: Black Voices in Horror curated by Crystal Connor! A few brief selected shorts, and previews, and a rousing speech from the Horror Review Blogger and Award-Winning Author will whet your appetite for the festival, which will take place during the nights after the Convention.
The African American Multimedia Conference
The African American Multimedia Conference is a four-day educational event. Most activities are free and open to the public – a select number of activities will have an entry fee or suggeseted donation. Conference activities include panel discussions; free hands on computer and technology workshops; lectures; and fun activities for children. The Multimedia Conferences is produced by, and geared towards artists in the community. Its purpose is to help artists to gain access to technology for creating and promoting their art. It is an important resource for independent music producers, singers, rappers, songwriters, filmmakers, video makers, graphic designers, and anyone who wants to know how technology can help them to succeed in the arts.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR SPEAKERS, TEACHERS, PANELISTS…
Do you work for an arts or entertainment company? Are you with a non-profit that offers assistance to artists? Are you an artist, or an art teacher? Is your organization interested in doing outreach to artists in the black community?
We are looking for people like you, to speak and to teach at the two-day long African American Multimedia Conference in February 2020. Register Here!